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BBQ Bob and Jop try to help support local businesses during the coronavirus quarantine and talk to numerous local business owners including:
- Sean Johnson of Meat BBQ in Lansing - Henry Bisson of Smoke and Porter Public House in Traverse City - Doug Maxon of Maxon's Blue County BBQ in Mount Pleasant - Rob Roller of Iron Kettle BBQ and Catering in Marmora, New Jersey
Also, "Man Law" stresses the importance of a man saying th...
BBQ Bob and Jop try to lean it up a bit on the grill for the St. Patrick's Day holiday and chat with special guests in Billy Quinn of Quinn and Tuite's Irish Pub and Kristopher Cook of Bones BBQ. Also, "Man Law" opens up about supporting our country's military.
BBQ Bob and Jop talk some seafood options and get the advice from special guests in Bob Dubisky of Meijer and Keith "T-Guid" Guidry down in Lafayette, Louisiana. Also, "Man Law" honors the upcoming St. Patrick's Day holiday.
BBQ Bob and Jop dive into some fish and fish toppers and get the help and advice of special guest Shasta Fase of Old World Olive Company. Also, "Man Law" forbids a man from stealing another man's alcohol from his cooler.
BBQ Bob and Jop discuss foods that have been left in the freezer for quite some time and get the help of one Tim Sobie of Sobie Meats. Also, "Man Law" forbids a man from living with his parents into his late twenties.
BBQ Bob and Jop help dish out some great grilling ideas for the special someone in your life in honor of Valentine's Day. Also, "Man Law" prohibits a man from immediately hooking up with their best buddy's girlfriend or former fling.
BBQ Bob and Jop break down some meat options for both 49ers and Chiefs fans for Super Bowl Sunday and talk wine with special guest Brian Lesperance of Fenn Valley Winery. Also, the guys talk to another special guest in Dick Vermeil about his insights on the "Big Game," and "Man Law" discusses developing long-lasting friendships.
BBQ Bob and Jop help get you ready for the 2020 grilling season and talk microbrews with Trail Point Brewing Company's Jeff Knoblock. Also, the guys break down grilled crab legs with family friend Greg Brown, and "Man Law" accepts men wearing compression shorts.
BBQ Bob and Jop dish out some great food and appetizer ideas to help your New Year's celebration go off without a hitch! Also, "Man Law" states that if you touch a certain food item, you eat that food item!
BBQ Bob and Jop dive into Christmas food and gifts and bring in special guests Keith "T-Guid" Guidry and Paul "Big Pauly" Rotella to discuss their versions of the holiday season from down south and out on the east coast, respectively. Also, "Man Law" forbids any man owning a tiny dog.
BBQ Bob and Jop discuss some perfect Christmas gift ideas for the griller in your life! Also, the guys chat with Shasta Fase of Old World Olive Company and Anthony Imperato of Henry Repeating Arms, and "Man Law" breaks down an acceptable head nod.
BBQ Bob and Jop discuss all things related to making the best chili! Also, the guys chat with Gabi Palmer of Schmohz Brewery, Andrew Grashuis on the upcoming Ada Chili Cook-Off, and Scott DeVries of Al & Bob's Sports on the upcoming Ice Fishing Spectacular. Lastly, "Man Law" breaks down always wearing gloves when cooking with spicy food items.
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